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JAKARTA – Biography and religion of Sophia Latjuba aka Sophia Muller is quite interesting to listen to. Sophia Latjuba is a senior artist who started her career in the entertainment industry in the country since the 80s.

Having the full name Sophia Inggriani Latjuba, this 51-year-old woman became popular after starring in the film Bilurs of Regret in 1987. Until 1991, Sophia starred in at least one film, including Catatn Si Boy V.

Also Read:

5 Beautiful Portraits of Eva Celia that Her boyfriend proposed on her birthday!

Give Emoji Love, Sophia Latjuba and Abdee Slank Dating?

Sophia is also known as a singer. In fact, the song titled Hold On, which was popularized with her ex-husband, Indra Lesmana, was awarded the Best Video Clip in Brasou, Romania.

His career as a singer was even proven by the release of an album entitled Only For You, which won BASF in 1994. In addition, the song Kangen, which was sung in a duet with the late Chrisye, was also popular at that time.

This Bugis-German-Javanese blooded woman is known to have been on a hiatus from the film world after deciding to marry Indra Lesmana in 1992. From her marriage to Indra Lesmana, Sophia was blessed with a child named Eva Celia.

Unfortunately, Eva’s presence in their household did not make their marriage last long. In 1993, Sophia and Indra are known to have decided to divorce.

After separating from Indra, Sophia re-married with Michael A Villareal in 2005. From her second marriage, this 51-year-old woman was blessed with a daughter named Manuella Natasha Aziza Villareal.

Together with her husband, Sophia is known to bring Eva and Manuella to move to Los Angeles, United States in 2008. However, Sophia and Michael’s marriage is known to only last for, 7 years. Precisely in 2012, the two decided to separate.

After her household with Michael was completed, Sophia was known to have had an affair with Ariel Noah. Unfortunately, the relationship that is predicted will continue until the wedding is just a dream.

Now, Sophia is reportedly close to Slank guitarist, Abdee Negara. Their close relationship was even known for the first time after the two came as guests at the wedding reception of Sophia’s ex-husband, namely Michael A Villareal some time ago.

Regarding religion, the executive producer of Adriana’s film had decided to convert to Islam in 2014. This happened because he followed the religion of his father, Azzizurrahman Latjuba.

However, it is currently unknown what religion Sophia belongs to.

) [summary] => JAKARTA – Biography and religion of Sophia Latjuba aka Sophia Muller is quite interesting to listen to. Sophia Latjuba is a senior artist who started her career in the entertainment industry in the country since the 80s. Having the full name Sophia Inggriani Latjuba, this 51-year-old woman became popular after starring in the film Bilurs ... Read more [atom_content] =>

JAKARTA – Biography and religion of Sophia Latjuba aka Sophia Muller is quite interesting to listen to. Sophia Latjuba is a senior artist who started her career in the entertainment industry in the country since the 80s.

Having the full name Sophia Inggriani Latjuba, this 51-year-old woman became popular after starring in the film Bilurs of Regret in 1987. Until 1991, Sophia starred in at least one film, including Catatn Si Boy V.

Also Read:

5 Beautiful Portraits of Eva Celia that Her boyfriend proposed on her birthday!

Give Emoji Love, Sophia Latjuba and Abdee Slank Dating?

Sophia is also known as a singer. In fact, the song titled Hold On, which was popularized with her ex-husband, Indra Lesmana, was awarded the Best Video Clip in Brasou, Romania.

His career as a singer was even proven by the release of an album entitled Only For You, which won BASF in 1994. In addition, the song Kangen, which was sung in a duet with the late Chrisye, was also popular at that time.

This Bugis-German-Javanese blooded woman is known to have been on a hiatus from the film world after deciding to marry Indra Lesmana in 1992. From her marriage to Indra Lesmana, Sophia was blessed with a child named Eva Celia.

Unfortunately, Eva’s presence in their household did not make their marriage last long. In 1993, Sophia and Indra are known to have decided to divorce.

After separating from Indra, Sophia re-married with Michael A Villareal in 2005. From her second marriage, this 51-year-old woman was blessed with a daughter named Manuella Natasha Aziza Villareal.

Together with her husband, Sophia is known to bring Eva and Manuella to move to Los Angeles, United States in 2008. However, Sophia and Michael’s marriage is known to only last for, 7 years. Precisely in 2012, the two decided to separate.

After her household with Michael was completed, Sophia was known to have had an affair with Ariel Noah. Unfortunately, the relationship that is predicted will continue until the wedding is just a dream.

Now, Sophia is reportedly close to Slank guitarist, Abdee Negara. Their close relationship was even known for the first time after the two came as guests at the wedding reception of Sophia’s ex-husband, namely Michael A Villareal some time ago.

Regarding religion, the executive producer of Adriana’s film had decided to convert to Islam in 2014. This happened because he followed the religion of his father, Azzizurrahman Latjuba.

However, it is currently unknown what religion Sophia belongs to.

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Turkey summoned, Tuesday, October 19, the ambassadors of ten countries including France, Germany and the United States, judging “Unacceptable” the call for the release of opponent Osman Kavala launched by these states, the Turkish foreign ministry said. “The press release [publié lundi par les dix pays] on social networks about a judicial procedure conducted by an independent justice is unacceptable “, said the ministry.

“We told them that they were violating the rule of law, democracy and the independence of the justice they defend”, continued the ministry, according to the press release published at the end of the convocation of the ambassadors. ?It was stressed that Turkey is a democratic rule of law which respects human rights, and they were reminded that Turkish justice would not be influenced by such statements. »

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Osman Kavala, the Turkish patron who embarrasses Erdogan

In a statement released Monday evening, Canada, France, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States called for a “Fair and rapid settlement of the matter” Osman Kavala, Turkish publisher and patron who became a pet peeve of the regime, imprisoned for four years without conviction. “The persistent delay [pris par] his trial (?) casts a shadow over respect for democracy, the rule of law and the transparency of the Turkish judicial system ?, wrote the representatives of the ten countries.

Kept in prison despite threats of European sanctions

The businessman and philanthropist Osman Kavala, imprisoned since October 2017, will remain in prison at least until November 26, an Istanbul court ruled in early October, despite European threats of sanctions against Ankara. This 64-year-old opponent, a major figure in civil society, has been accused since 2013 by the regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of seeking to destabilize Turkey.

He is in particular in the crosshairs for having supported, in 2013, the anti-government demonstrations known as the Gezi movement that targeted Mr. Erdogan, then prime minister. Then he was accused of having sought to “Overthrow the government” during the 2016 coup attempt.

Read the interview: Article reserved for our subscribers For Osman Kavala, his “detention can be prolonged indefinitely”

In December 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered its “Immediate release”, in vain. The Council of Europe recently threatened Ankara with sanctions, which could be adopted at its next session (November 30 to December 2) if the opponent is not released by then.

Osman Kavala said last week that his detention enabled Mr Erdogan’s power to justify his “Conspiracy theories”. “For me, the real reason for my prolonged detention is the government’s need to maintain the fiction of a conspiracy”, he said from his cell through his lawyer.

The World with AFP

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Turkey summoned, Tuesday, October 19, the ambassadors of ten countries including France, Germany and the United States, judging “Unacceptable” the call for the release of opponent Osman Kavala launched by these states, the Turkish foreign ministry said. “The press release [publié lundi par les dix pays] on social networks about a judicial procedure conducted by an independent justice is unacceptable “, said the ministry.

“We told them that they were violating the rule of law, democracy and the independence of the justice they defend”, continued the ministry, according to the press release published at the end of the convocation of the ambassadors. ?It was stressed that Turkey is a democratic rule of law which respects human rights, and they were reminded that Turkish justice would not be influenced by such statements. »

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Osman Kavala, the Turkish patron who embarrasses Erdogan

In a statement released Monday evening, Canada, France, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States called for a “Fair and rapid settlement of the matter” Osman Kavala, Turkish publisher and patron who became a pet peeve of the regime, imprisoned for four years without conviction. “The persistent delay [pris par] his trial (?) casts a shadow over respect for democracy, the rule of law and the transparency of the Turkish judicial system ?, wrote the representatives of the ten countries.

Kept in prison despite threats of European sanctions

The businessman and philanthropist Osman Kavala, imprisoned since October 2017, will remain in prison at least until November 26, an Istanbul court ruled in early October, despite European threats of sanctions against Ankara. This 64-year-old opponent, a major figure in civil society, has been accused since 2013 by the regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of seeking to destabilize Turkey.

He is in particular in the crosshairs for having supported, in 2013, the anti-government demonstrations known as the Gezi movement that targeted Mr. Erdogan, then prime minister. Then he was accused of having sought to “Overthrow the government” during the 2016 coup attempt.

Read the interview: Article reserved for our subscribers For Osman Kavala, his “detention can be prolonged indefinitely”

In December 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered its “Immediate release”, in vain. The Council of Europe recently threatened Ankara with sanctions, which could be adopted at its next session (November 30 to December 2) if the opponent is not released by then.

Osman Kavala said last week that his detention enabled Mr Erdogan’s power to justify his “Conspiracy theories”. “For me, the real reason for my prolonged detention is the government’s need to maintain the fiction of a conspiracy”, he said from his cell through his lawyer.

The World with AFP

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Forecasts by Category (Electronic Support, Electronic Protection, Electronic Attack), by Portable Systems (Self-protection EW Suite, Directed Energy Weapons, Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM), Anti-radiation Missiles, IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS), Laser Warning Systems (LWS), Electromagnetic Shielding/Hardening Materials, Radar Warning Receivers (RWR), Counter UAV Systems, Interference Mitigation Systems, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons, Other), by Platform (Ground, Air, Naval, Other) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios

New York, Oct. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2021-2031” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06176711/?utm_source=GNW

The Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2021-2031: This report will prove invaluable to leading firms striving for new revenue pockets if they wish to better understand the industry and its underlying dynamics. It will be useful for companies that would like to expand into different industries or to expand their existing operations in a new region.
Transnational Disputes And Regional Instability Are On The Rise Across The Globe
The frequency of bilateral military clashes between countries is rapidly increasing, prompting a higher need for countries? defence forces to build up their security measures. New weaponry and fighting systems are being created to suit the needs of battle. As a result of the evolution of digital battlefields, electronic warfare technology has been integrated into all defence systems used during combat missions. Government procurement priorities have evolved as a result of these mechanisms to keep up with emerging wartime needs. Military confrontations have erupted in Iraq and Syria as a result of political instability and terrorism, with multiple terrorist organisations increasingly deploying high-tech weapon systems. Countries in the region are increasing their defence spending to include advanced electronic warfare systems to safeguard their borders from these weapons. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar have all expanded their investments in radar and air defence systems in the region.
Electronic Warfare And Radar Systems Are On The Verge Of Rapid Innovation
Electronic warfare and radar systems are rapidly evolving to provide new capabilities, longer ranges, and enhanced performance. Many underlying technologies, ranging from advanced FPGAs to MIMO antennas, are overcoming limits in current systems. Maintaining performance while enhancing SWaP-C is a recurring, overarching subject. The Lark team is proud of its part in driving these systems ahead, with an emphasis on electronics densification, mmWave technology, and high-speed circuits.

What Are These Questions You Should Ask Before Buying A Market Research Report?
? How is the electronic warfare (EW) market evolving?
? What is driving and restraining the electronic warfare (EW) market?
? How will each electronic warfare (EW) submarket segment grow over the forecast period and how much revenue will these submarkets account for in 2031?
? How will the market shares for each electronic warfare (EW) submarket develop from 2021 to 2031?
? What will be the main driver for the overall market from 2021 to 2031?
? Will leading electronic warfare (EW) markets broadly follow the macroeconomic dynamics, or will individual national markets outperform others?
? How will the market shares of the national markets change by 2031 and which geographical region will lead the market in 2031?
? Who are the leading players and what are their prospects over the forecast period?
? What are the electronic warfare (EW) projects for these leading companies?
? How will the industry evolve during the period between 2020 and 2031?
? What are the implication of electronic warfare (EW) projects taking place now and over the next 10 years?
? Is there a greater need for product commercialisation to further scale the electronic warfare (EW) market?
? Where is the electronic warfare (EW) market heading? And how can you ensure you are at the forefront of the market?
? What can be the best investment options for new product and service lines?
? What are the key prospects for moving companies into a new growth path? C-suite?

You need to discover how this will impact the electronic warfare (EW) market today, and over the next 10 years:
? Our 500+page report provides 336 tables and 325 charts/graphs exclusively to you.
? The report highlights key lucrative areas in the industry so you can target them ? NOW.
? Contains in-depth analyse of global, regional and national sales and growth
? Highlights for you the key successful trends, changes and revenue projections made by your competitors

This report tells you TODAY how the electronic warfare (EW) market will develop in the next 10 years, and in-line with the variations in COVID-19 economic recession and bounce. This market is more critical now than at any point over the last 10 years.

Forecasts to 2031 and other analyses reveal the commercial prospects
? In addition to revenue forecasting to 2031, our new study provides you with recent results, growth rates, and market shares.
? You find original analyses, with business outlooks and developments.
? Discover qualitative analyses (including market dynamics, drivers, opportunities, restraints and challenges), cost structure, impact of rising electronic warfare (EW) prices and recent developments.

This report includes data analysis and invaluable insight into how COVID-19 will affect the industry and your company. Four COVID-19 recovery patterns and their impact, namely, V, L, W and U are discussed in this report.

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Category
? Electronic Support
? Electronic Protection
? Electronic Attack

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Portable Systems
? Self-protection EW Suite
? Directed Energy Weapons
? Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)
? Anti-radiation Missiles
? IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS)
? Laser Warning Systems (LWS)
? Electromagnetic Shielding/Hardening Materials
? Radar Warning Receivers (RWR)
? Counter UAV Systems
? Interference Mitigation Systems
? Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons
? Other Portable Systems

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Platform
? Ground
? Air
? Naval
? Other

In addition to the revenue predictions for the overall world market and segments, you will also find revenue forecasts for 4 regional and 20 leading national markets:
? North America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? U.S. Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Canada Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Mexico Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Europe Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Germany Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Spain Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? United Kingdom Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? France Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Italy Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Europe Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? China Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Japan Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? India Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Australia Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? South Korea Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Asia Pacific Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Middle East & Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Egypt Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Turkey Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? South Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Latin America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Brazil Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Mexico Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Latin America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis

The report also includes profiles and for some of the leading companies in the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031, with a focus on this segment of these companies? operations.

Leading companies and the potential for market growth
? BAE Systems Plc
? Boeing company
? Elbit Systems Ltd
? Northrop Grumman Corporation
? Lockheed Martin Corporation
? Thales SA
? Saab AB
? Leonardo SpA,
? L3harris
? Airbus SE
? Textron Inc.
? Cohort Plc
? Raytheon Technologies Corp,
? General Dynamics Corporation
? Leidos Holdings, Inc. (Read)
? Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
? Cobham Ltd
? SRC Inc.
? ASELSAN
? Terma ltd

Overall world revenue for Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 in terms of value the market will surpass US$xx million in 2021, our work calculates. We predict strong revenue growth through to 2031. Our work identifies which organizations hold the greatest potential. Discover their capabilities, progress, and commercial prospects, helping you stay ahead.
How the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market report helps you?

In summary, our 500+ page report provides you with the following knowledge:
? Revenue forecasts to 2031 for Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market, with forecasts for category, Portable Systems, platform each forecasted at a global and regional level? discover the industry?s prospects, finding the most lucrative places for investments and revenues
? Revenue forecasts to 2031 for 4 regional and 20 key national markets ? See forecasts for the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 market in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA. Also forecasted is the market in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, France, UK, Italy, China, India, Japan, and Australia among other prominent economies.
? Prospects for established firms and those seeking to enter the market? including company profiles for 20 of the major companies involved in the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market.
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) [summary] => Forecasts by Category (Electronic Support, Electronic Protection, Electronic Attack), by Portable Systems (Self-protection EW Suite, Directed Energy Weapons, Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM), Anti-radiation Missiles, IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS), Laser Warning Systems (LWS), Electromagnetic Shielding/Hardening Materials, Radar Warning Receivers (RWR), Counter UAV Systems, Interference Mitigation Systems, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons, Other), by Platform (Ground, Air, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Forecasts by Category (Electronic Support, Electronic Protection, Electronic Attack), by Portable Systems (Self-protection EW Suite, Directed Energy Weapons, Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM), Anti-radiation Missiles, IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS), Laser Warning Systems (LWS), Electromagnetic Shielding/Hardening Materials, Radar Warning Receivers (RWR), Counter UAV Systems, Interference Mitigation Systems, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons, Other), by Platform (Ground, Air, Naval, Other) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios

New York, Oct. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2021-2031” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06176711/?utm_source=GNW

The Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2021-2031: This report will prove invaluable to leading firms striving for new revenue pockets if they wish to better understand the industry and its underlying dynamics. It will be useful for companies that would like to expand into different industries or to expand their existing operations in a new region.
Transnational Disputes And Regional Instability Are On The Rise Across The Globe
The frequency of bilateral military clashes between countries is rapidly increasing, prompting a higher need for countries? defence forces to build up their security measures. New weaponry and fighting systems are being created to suit the needs of battle. As a result of the evolution of digital battlefields, electronic warfare technology has been integrated into all defence systems used during combat missions. Government procurement priorities have evolved as a result of these mechanisms to keep up with emerging wartime needs. Military confrontations have erupted in Iraq and Syria as a result of political instability and terrorism, with multiple terrorist organisations increasingly deploying high-tech weapon systems. Countries in the region are increasing their defence spending to include advanced electronic warfare systems to safeguard their borders from these weapons. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar have all expanded their investments in radar and air defence systems in the region.
Electronic Warfare And Radar Systems Are On The Verge Of Rapid Innovation
Electronic warfare and radar systems are rapidly evolving to provide new capabilities, longer ranges, and enhanced performance. Many underlying technologies, ranging from advanced FPGAs to MIMO antennas, are overcoming limits in current systems. Maintaining performance while enhancing SWaP-C is a recurring, overarching subject. The Lark team is proud of its part in driving these systems ahead, with an emphasis on electronics densification, mmWave technology, and high-speed circuits.

What Are These Questions You Should Ask Before Buying A Market Research Report?
? How is the electronic warfare (EW) market evolving?
? What is driving and restraining the electronic warfare (EW) market?
? How will each electronic warfare (EW) submarket segment grow over the forecast period and how much revenue will these submarkets account for in 2031?
? How will the market shares for each electronic warfare (EW) submarket develop from 2021 to 2031?
? What will be the main driver for the overall market from 2021 to 2031?
? Will leading electronic warfare (EW) markets broadly follow the macroeconomic dynamics, or will individual national markets outperform others?
? How will the market shares of the national markets change by 2031 and which geographical region will lead the market in 2031?
? Who are the leading players and what are their prospects over the forecast period?
? What are the electronic warfare (EW) projects for these leading companies?
? How will the industry evolve during the period between 2020 and 2031?
? What are the implication of electronic warfare (EW) projects taking place now and over the next 10 years?
? Is there a greater need for product commercialisation to further scale the electronic warfare (EW) market?
? Where is the electronic warfare (EW) market heading? And how can you ensure you are at the forefront of the market?
? What can be the best investment options for new product and service lines?
? What are the key prospects for moving companies into a new growth path? C-suite?

You need to discover how this will impact the electronic warfare (EW) market today, and over the next 10 years:
? Our 500+page report provides 336 tables and 325 charts/graphs exclusively to you.
? The report highlights key lucrative areas in the industry so you can target them ? NOW.
? Contains in-depth analyse of global, regional and national sales and growth
? Highlights for you the key successful trends, changes and revenue projections made by your competitors

This report tells you TODAY how the electronic warfare (EW) market will develop in the next 10 years, and in-line with the variations in COVID-19 economic recession and bounce. This market is more critical now than at any point over the last 10 years.

Forecasts to 2031 and other analyses reveal the commercial prospects
? In addition to revenue forecasting to 2031, our new study provides you with recent results, growth rates, and market shares.
? You find original analyses, with business outlooks and developments.
? Discover qualitative analyses (including market dynamics, drivers, opportunities, restraints and challenges), cost structure, impact of rising electronic warfare (EW) prices and recent developments.

This report includes data analysis and invaluable insight into how COVID-19 will affect the industry and your company. Four COVID-19 recovery patterns and their impact, namely, V, L, W and U are discussed in this report.

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Category
? Electronic Support
? Electronic Protection
? Electronic Attack

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Portable Systems
? Self-protection EW Suite
? Directed Energy Weapons
? Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)
? Anti-radiation Missiles
? IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS)
? Laser Warning Systems (LWS)
? Electromagnetic Shielding/Hardening Materials
? Radar Warning Receivers (RWR)
? Counter UAV Systems
? Interference Mitigation Systems
? Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons
? Other Portable Systems

Global Electronic Warfare (EW) Market (COVID Impact Analysis) by Platform
? Ground
? Air
? Naval
? Other

In addition to the revenue predictions for the overall world market and segments, you will also find revenue forecasts for 4 regional and 20 leading national markets:
? North America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? U.S. Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Canada Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Mexico Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Europe Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Germany Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Spain Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? United Kingdom Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? France Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Italy Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Europe Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? China Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Japan Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? India Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Australia Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? South Korea Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Asia Pacific Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Middle East & Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Egypt Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Turkey Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? South Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Latin America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Outlook
? Brazil Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Mexico Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
? Rest of Latin America Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis

The report also includes profiles and for some of the leading companies in the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031, with a focus on this segment of these companies? operations.

Leading companies and the potential for market growth
? BAE Systems Plc
? Boeing company
? Elbit Systems Ltd
? Northrop Grumman Corporation
? Lockheed Martin Corporation
? Thales SA
? Saab AB
? Leonardo SpA,
? L3harris
? Airbus SE
? Textron Inc.
? Cohort Plc
? Raytheon Technologies Corp,
? General Dynamics Corporation
? Leidos Holdings, Inc. (Read)
? Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
? Cobham Ltd
? SRC Inc.
? ASELSAN
? Terma ltd

Overall world revenue for Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 in terms of value the market will surpass US$xx million in 2021, our work calculates. We predict strong revenue growth through to 2031. Our work identifies which organizations hold the greatest potential. Discover their capabilities, progress, and commercial prospects, helping you stay ahead.
How the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market report helps you?

In summary, our 500+ page report provides you with the following knowledge:
? Revenue forecasts to 2031 for Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market, with forecasts for category, Portable Systems, platform each forecasted at a global and regional level? discover the industry?s prospects, finding the most lucrative places for investments and revenues
? Revenue forecasts to 2031 for 4 regional and 20 key national markets ? See forecasts for the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 market in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA. Also forecasted is the market in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, France, UK, Italy, China, India, Japan, and Australia among other prominent economies.
? Prospects for established firms and those seeking to enter the market? including company profiles for 20 of the major companies involved in the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market, 2021 to 2031 Market.
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[date_timestamp] => 1634642078 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Olivia Colman Raises The Tension In The Trailer For ?The Lost Daughter?, The Film By Maggie Gyllenhaal [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/olivia-colman-raises-the-tension-in-the-trailer-for-the-lost-daughter-the-film-by-maggie-gyllenhaal/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 11:04:03 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentColmandaughterfilmGyllenhaalLostMaggieOliviaraisestensionTrailer [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/olivia-colman-raises-the-tension-in-the-trailer-for-the-lost-daughter-the-film-by-maggie-gyllenhaal/ [description] => The end of the year looks spectacular when it comes to the film industry because big releases are coming. One of them is The Lost Daughter, the film with which Maggie Gyllenhaal makes her directorial debut and which has been well received by critics as it happened in Venice, where she received recognition for Best ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The end of the year looks spectacular when it comes to the film industry because big releases are coming. One of them is The Lost Daughter, the film with which Maggie Gyllenhaal makes her directorial debut and which has been well received by critics as it happened in Venice, where she received recognition for Best screenplay.

After touring festivals around the world, the film starring Olivia Colman is ready to be released for everyone in December. And so that we can see a little of what awaits us, Netflix has just released the official trailer for this film.

Foto: Netflix.

Olivia Colman raises the tension in the trailer for ?the lost Daughter?

Everything seems calm when Leda Caruso (Olivia Colman) He gets to vacation on a beach, all with the firm purpose of relaxing a bit. Soon, we see that more vacationers, many of them as a family, are also out there before the misguided gaze of the protagonist ? but no one will cause the same impact on her as they do. Nina (Dakota Johnson) and her daughter Elena.

Soon, we see various scenes that give us a very clear idea of ??what goes through Mrs. Caruso?s mind every time she meets Nina and her little girl: Leda is haunted by some ghosts of her own motherhood in youth. In the trailer, this woman seems to have a flashback with her daughters, who sinisterly repeat the phrase ?Peel it like a snake, don?t let it break.?

The protagonist begins to crumble every time she remembers her daughters, but at the same time seems to obsess over the mother-daughter relationship that she constantly sees in Nina and her little Elena. ?Children are an overwhelming responsibility ??Leda tells the character played by Dakota Johnson. What intentions does Mrs. Caruso hide and what happened to her daughters long ago? Those are the unknowns that the trailer of The Lost Daughter, which we leave you next.

Premiere and other details about the film

The Lost DaughterAs we mentioned, it earned him the Best Screenplay award in Venice after its premiere at that same festival ? and that?s not counting the standing ovation it got. The film, it should be noted, is the film debut of the also actress Maggie Gyllenhaal as a director.

Gyllenhaal adapted the script from the renowned novel The dark daughter (2006), by the Italian writer Elena Ferrante. The film also has in its cast with Jessie Buckley (as the younger version of Leda), Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Mescal, Ed Harris , Dagmara Dominczyk and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Here in Mexico, the film will be screened as part of the world premieres of the Morel International Film Festivalia. The film will hit select theaters around the world on December 17, before being released globally on Netflix on December 31.

12 unmissable international films from the 2021 Morelia Film Festival

) [summary] => The end of the year looks spectacular when it comes to the film industry because big releases are coming. One of them is The Lost Daughter, the film with which Maggie Gyllenhaal makes her directorial debut and which has been well received by critics as it happened in Venice, where she received recognition for Best ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The end of the year looks spectacular when it comes to the film industry because big releases are coming. One of them is The Lost Daughter, the film with which Maggie Gyllenhaal makes her directorial debut and which has been well received by critics as it happened in Venice, where she received recognition for Best screenplay.

After touring festivals around the world, the film starring Olivia Colman is ready to be released for everyone in December. And so that we can see a little of what awaits us, Netflix has just released the official trailer for this film.

Foto: Netflix.

Olivia Colman raises the tension in the trailer for ?the lost Daughter?

Everything seems calm when Leda Caruso (Olivia Colman) He gets to vacation on a beach, all with the firm purpose of relaxing a bit. Soon, we see that more vacationers, many of them as a family, are also out there before the misguided gaze of the protagonist ? but no one will cause the same impact on her as they do. Nina (Dakota Johnson) and her daughter Elena.

Soon, we see various scenes that give us a very clear idea of ??what goes through Mrs. Caruso?s mind every time she meets Nina and her little girl: Leda is haunted by some ghosts of her own motherhood in youth. In the trailer, this woman seems to have a flashback with her daughters, who sinisterly repeat the phrase ?Peel it like a snake, don?t let it break.?

The protagonist begins to crumble every time she remembers her daughters, but at the same time seems to obsess over the mother-daughter relationship that she constantly sees in Nina and her little Elena. ?Children are an overwhelming responsibility ??Leda tells the character played by Dakota Johnson. What intentions does Mrs. Caruso hide and what happened to her daughters long ago? Those are the unknowns that the trailer of The Lost Daughter, which we leave you next.

Premiere and other details about the film

The Lost DaughterAs we mentioned, it earned him the Best Screenplay award in Venice after its premiere at that same festival ? and that?s not counting the standing ovation it got. The film, it should be noted, is the film debut of the also actress Maggie Gyllenhaal as a director.

Gyllenhaal adapted the script from the renowned novel The dark daughter (2006), by the Italian writer Elena Ferrante. The film also has in its cast with Jessie Buckley (as the younger version of Leda), Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Mescal, Ed Harris , Dagmara Dominczyk and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Here in Mexico, the film will be screened as part of the world premieres of the Morel International Film Festivalia. The film will hit select theaters around the world on December 17, before being released globally on Netflix on December 31.

12 unmissable international films from the 2021 Morelia Film Festival

[date_timestamp] => 1634641443 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => New $43.2M contract between B.L. Harbert and NASA takes flight [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/new-43-2m-contract-between-b-l-harbert-and-nasa-takes-flight/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:58:34 +0000 [category] => Space432MContractFlightHarbertNASAtakes [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/new-43-2m-contract-between-b-l-harbert-and-nasa-takes-flight/ [description] => Read Time 1 Minutes B.L. Harbert secured a million dollar contract with NASA. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook Birmingham-based construction firm, B.L. Harbert International, secured a multimillion-dollar contract for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). We?ve got the details on this astronomical contract. Check it out. Don?t know about B.L. Harbert? B.L. builds safe ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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B.L. Harbert secured a million dollar contract with NASA. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook

Birmingham-based construction firm, B.L. Harbert International, secured a multimillion-dollar contract for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). We?ve got the details on this astronomical contract. Check it out.

Don?t know about B.L. Harbert?

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B.L. builds safe environments and eco-friendly solutions in the communities in which they work. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook

B.L. Harbert International is bringing The Magic City?s magic to NASA. How? They will be constructing a new facility for NASA. The U.S. General Services Adminstration awarded them a $43.2 million design-build contract for NASA?s new Flight Dynamics Research Facility at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.

Birmingham-based firm, B.L. Harbert International, is a diverse construction company that specializes in design-build, construction management and general contracting. The company is also one of the country?s most influential contractors.

NASA?s new research facility

NASA
Here?s what coming to NASA. Photo via National Aeronautics and Space Administration?s Facebook

According to the press release, the company will design and build a new 130-foot vertical wind tunnel research facility that will replace two existing facilities. The new building will combine NASA?s functions into a new state-of-the-art center for aerodynamic testing of developmental aircraft.

B.L. Harbert, Mason & Hanger of Richmond, Virginia and Calspan Aero Systems Engineering of St. Paul, Minnesota will be working together on the project.

?B.L. Harbert International is thrilled to be the Design-Build Contractor for the new Flight Dynamics Research Facility at Langley. The program development and approval process for the project was several years in the making. We?re excited to see it come to fruition.?

Mike Waller, Vice President of the Federal Division, B.L. Harbert International

Construction will begin this fall and should be fully completed by September 2024.

What do you think about B.L. Harbert International?s new contract for NASA? Tag us @BhamNow on socials and let us know.

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) [summary] => Read Time 1 Minutes B.L. Harbert secured a million dollar contract with NASA. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook Birmingham-based construction firm, B.L. Harbert International, secured a multimillion-dollar contract for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). We?ve got the details on this astronomical contract. Check it out. Don?t know about B.L. Harbert? B.L. builds safe ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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B.L. Harbert secured a million dollar contract with NASA. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook

Birmingham-based construction firm, B.L. Harbert International, secured a multimillion-dollar contract for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). We?ve got the details on this astronomical contract. Check it out.

Don?t know about B.L. Harbert?

bl harbert international
B.L. builds safe environments and eco-friendly solutions in the communities in which they work. Photo via B.L. Harbert International?s Facebook

B.L. Harbert International is bringing The Magic City?s magic to NASA. How? They will be constructing a new facility for NASA. The U.S. General Services Adminstration awarded them a $43.2 million design-build contract for NASA?s new Flight Dynamics Research Facility at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.

Birmingham-based firm, B.L. Harbert International, is a diverse construction company that specializes in design-build, construction management and general contracting. The company is also one of the country?s most influential contractors.

NASA?s new research facility

NASA
Here?s what coming to NASA. Photo via National Aeronautics and Space Administration?s Facebook

According to the press release, the company will design and build a new 130-foot vertical wind tunnel research facility that will replace two existing facilities. The new building will combine NASA?s functions into a new state-of-the-art center for aerodynamic testing of developmental aircraft.

B.L. Harbert, Mason & Hanger of Richmond, Virginia and Calspan Aero Systems Engineering of St. Paul, Minnesota will be working together on the project.

?B.L. Harbert International is thrilled to be the Design-Build Contractor for the new Flight Dynamics Research Facility at Langley. The program development and approval process for the project was several years in the making. We?re excited to see it come to fruition.?

Mike Waller, Vice President of the Federal Division, B.L. Harbert International

Construction will begin this fall and should be fully completed by September 2024.

What do you think about B.L. Harbert International?s new contract for NASA? Tag us @BhamNow on socials and let us know.

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Articles: 82

[date_timestamp] => 1634641114 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Scientists discover method to boost energy generation from microalgae ? NovLink [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/2021/10/19/scientists-discover-method-to-boost-energy-generation-from-microalgae-novlink/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:48:47 +0000 [category] => Health & Science News [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/2021/10/19/scientists-discover-method-to-boost-energy-generation-from-microalgae-novlink/ [description] => Journal Reference: Zhiyi Yuan, Xin Cheng, Tsungyu Li, Yunke Zhou, Yifan Zhang, Xuerui Gong, Guo-En Chang, Muhammad D. Birowosuto, Cuong Dang, Yu-Cheng Chen. Light-Harvesting in Biophotonic Optofluidic Microcavities via Whispering-Gallery Modes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021; 13 (31): 36909 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.1c09845 A study by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) scientists showed how encasing ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Zhiyi Yuan, Xin Cheng, Tsungyu Li, Yunke Zhou, Yifan Zhang, Xuerui Gong, Guo-En Chang, Muhammad D. Birowosuto, Cuong Dang, Yu-Cheng Chen. Light-Harvesting in Biophotonic Optofluidic Microcavities via Whispering-Gallery Modes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021; 13 (31): 36909 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.1c09845

A study by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) scientists showed how encasing algae protein in liquid droplets can dramatically enhance the algae?s light-harvesting and energy-conversion properties by up to three times. This energy is produced as the algae undergoes photosynthesis, which is the process used by plants, algae and certain bacteria to harness energy from sunlight and turn it into chemical energy.

By mimicking how plants convert sunlight into energy, artificial photosynthesis may be a sustainable way of generating electricity that does not rely on fossil fuels or natural gas, which are non-renewable. As the natural energy conversion rate from sunlight to electricity is low, boosting the overall electricity produced could make artificial photosynthesis commercially viable.

The study, led by Assistant Professor Chen Yu-Cheng from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, looked at a particular type of protein found in red algae. These proteins, called phycobiliproteins, are responsible for absorbing light within algae cells to kick-start photosynthesis.

Phycobiliproteins harvest light energy from across the spectral range of light wavelengths, including those which chlorophylls absorb poorly, and convert it to electricity.

Asst Prof Chen said: ?Due to their unique light-emitting and photosynthetic properties, phycobiliproteins have promising potential applications in biotechnology and solid-state devices. Boosting the energy from the light-harvesting apparatus has been at the centre of development efforts for organic devices that use light as a power source.?

The team?s research may lead towards a new, sustainable way of generating electricity from sunlight that does not rely on fossil fuels or natural gas, which are non-renewable. New bio-inspired technology based on phycobiliproteins could be used to make more efficient solar cells and paves the way for greater efficiency within artificial photosynthesis.

Using algae as a source of biological energy is a popular topic of interest in sustainability and renewable energy, as algae usage potentially reduces the amount of toxic by-products created in the manufacturing of solar panels.

The study supports NTU?s commitment to sustainability as part of its 2025 strategic plan, which seeks to understand, articulate, and address humanity?s impact on the environment.

The findings were published and selected as the cover of scientific journal ACS Applied Materials Interfaces.

Tripling artificial photosynthesis efficiency

Microalgae absorb sunlight and convert it into energy. In order to amplify the amount of energy that algae can generate, the research team developed a method to encase red algae within small liquid crystal micro-droplets that are 20 to 40 microns in size and exposed them to light.

When light hits the droplet, an effect known as the ?whispering-gallery mode? occurs, in which light waves travel around the curved edges of the droplet. Light is effectively trapped within the droplet for a longer period of time, providing more opportunities for photosynthesis to take place and hence generating more energy.

The energy generated during photosynthesis in the form of free electrons can then be captured through electrodes as an electrical current.

?The droplet behaves like a resonator that confines a lot of light,? said Asst Prof Chen. ?This gives the algae more exposure to light, increasing the rate of photosynthesis. A similar result can be obtained by coating the outside of the droplet with the algae protein too.?

?By exploiting microdroplets as a carrier for light-harvesting biomaterials, the strong local electric field enhancement and photon confinement inside the droplet resulted in significantly higher electricity generation,? he said.

The droplets can be easily produced in bulk at low cost, making the research team?s method widely applicable.

According to Asst Prof Chen, most algae-based solar cells produce an electrical power of 20-30 microwatts per square centimetre (µW/cm2). The NTU algae-droplet combination boosted this level of energy generation by at least two to three times, compared to the energy generation rate of the algae protein alone.

Converting ?bio-trash? to bio-energy

Artificial photosynthesis aims to replicate the natural biological process by which plants convert sunlight into chemical energy. The goal is to establish a way of making energy renewable, reliable, and storable without impacting the environment in a negative way.

One of the challenges of artificial photosynthesis is generating energy as efficiently as other solar-powered energy sources, such as solar panels. On average, solar panels have an efficiency rating of 15 to 20 per cent while artificial photosynthesis is currently estimated to be 4.5 per cent efficient.

Asst Prof Chen said: ?Artificial photosynthesis is not as efficient as solar cells in generating electricity. However, it is more renewable and sustainable. Due to increasing interest in environmentally-friendly and renewable technologies, extracting energy from light-harvesting proteins in algae has attracted substantial interest in the field of bio-energy.?

Asst Prof Chen envisions one potential use case of ?algae farms,? where densely-growing algae in bodies of water could eventually be combined with larger liquid crystal droplets to create floating power generators.

?The micro-droplets used in our experiments has the potential to be scaled up to larger droplets which can then be applied to algae outside of a laboratory environment to create energy. While some might consider algae growth to be unsightly, they play a very important role in the environment. Our findings show that there is a way to convert what some might view as ?bio-trash? into bio-power,? said Asst Prof Chen.

Scientists discover method to boost energy generation from microalgae

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Zhiyi Yuan, Xin Cheng, Tsungyu Li, Yunke Zhou, Yifan Zhang, Xuerui Gong, Guo-En Chang, Muhammad D. Birowosuto, Cuong Dang, Yu-Cheng Chen. Light-Harvesting in Biophotonic Optofluidic Microcavities via Whispering-Gallery Modes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021; 13 (31): 36909 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.1c09845 A study by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) scientists showed how encasing ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Zhiyi Yuan, Xin Cheng, Tsungyu Li, Yunke Zhou, Yifan Zhang, Xuerui Gong, Guo-En Chang, Muhammad D. Birowosuto, Cuong Dang, Yu-Cheng Chen. Light-Harvesting in Biophotonic Optofluidic Microcavities via Whispering-Gallery Modes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021; 13 (31): 36909 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.1c09845

A study by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) scientists showed how encasing algae protein in liquid droplets can dramatically enhance the algae?s light-harvesting and energy-conversion properties by up to three times. This energy is produced as the algae undergoes photosynthesis, which is the process used by plants, algae and certain bacteria to harness energy from sunlight and turn it into chemical energy.

By mimicking how plants convert sunlight into energy, artificial photosynthesis may be a sustainable way of generating electricity that does not rely on fossil fuels or natural gas, which are non-renewable. As the natural energy conversion rate from sunlight to electricity is low, boosting the overall electricity produced could make artificial photosynthesis commercially viable.

The study, led by Assistant Professor Chen Yu-Cheng from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, looked at a particular type of protein found in red algae. These proteins, called phycobiliproteins, are responsible for absorbing light within algae cells to kick-start photosynthesis.

Phycobiliproteins harvest light energy from across the spectral range of light wavelengths, including those which chlorophylls absorb poorly, and convert it to electricity.

Asst Prof Chen said: ?Due to their unique light-emitting and photosynthetic properties, phycobiliproteins have promising potential applications in biotechnology and solid-state devices. Boosting the energy from the light-harvesting apparatus has been at the centre of development efforts for organic devices that use light as a power source.?

The team?s research may lead towards a new, sustainable way of generating electricity from sunlight that does not rely on fossil fuels or natural gas, which are non-renewable. New bio-inspired technology based on phycobiliproteins could be used to make more efficient solar cells and paves the way for greater efficiency within artificial photosynthesis.

Using algae as a source of biological energy is a popular topic of interest in sustainability and renewable energy, as algae usage potentially reduces the amount of toxic by-products created in the manufacturing of solar panels.

The study supports NTU?s commitment to sustainability as part of its 2025 strategic plan, which seeks to understand, articulate, and address humanity?s impact on the environment.

The findings were published and selected as the cover of scientific journal ACS Applied Materials Interfaces.

Tripling artificial photosynthesis efficiency

Microalgae absorb sunlight and convert it into energy. In order to amplify the amount of energy that algae can generate, the research team developed a method to encase red algae within small liquid crystal micro-droplets that are 20 to 40 microns in size and exposed them to light.

When light hits the droplet, an effect known as the ?whispering-gallery mode? occurs, in which light waves travel around the curved edges of the droplet. Light is effectively trapped within the droplet for a longer period of time, providing more opportunities for photosynthesis to take place and hence generating more energy.

The energy generated during photosynthesis in the form of free electrons can then be captured through electrodes as an electrical current.

?The droplet behaves like a resonator that confines a lot of light,? said Asst Prof Chen. ?This gives the algae more exposure to light, increasing the rate of photosynthesis. A similar result can be obtained by coating the outside of the droplet with the algae protein too.?

?By exploiting microdroplets as a carrier for light-harvesting biomaterials, the strong local electric field enhancement and photon confinement inside the droplet resulted in significantly higher electricity generation,? he said.

The droplets can be easily produced in bulk at low cost, making the research team?s method widely applicable.

According to Asst Prof Chen, most algae-based solar cells produce an electrical power of 20-30 microwatts per square centimetre (µW/cm2). The NTU algae-droplet combination boosted this level of energy generation by at least two to three times, compared to the energy generation rate of the algae protein alone.

Converting ?bio-trash? to bio-energy

Artificial photosynthesis aims to replicate the natural biological process by which plants convert sunlight into chemical energy. The goal is to establish a way of making energy renewable, reliable, and storable without impacting the environment in a negative way.

One of the challenges of artificial photosynthesis is generating energy as efficiently as other solar-powered energy sources, such as solar panels. On average, solar panels have an efficiency rating of 15 to 20 per cent while artificial photosynthesis is currently estimated to be 4.5 per cent efficient.

Asst Prof Chen said: ?Artificial photosynthesis is not as efficient as solar cells in generating electricity. However, it is more renewable and sustainable. Due to increasing interest in environmentally-friendly and renewable technologies, extracting energy from light-harvesting proteins in algae has attracted substantial interest in the field of bio-energy.?

Asst Prof Chen envisions one potential use case of ?algae farms,? where densely-growing algae in bodies of water could eventually be combined with larger liquid crystal droplets to create floating power generators.

?The micro-droplets used in our experiments has the potential to be scaled up to larger droplets which can then be applied to algae outside of a laboratory environment to create energy. While some might consider algae growth to be unsightly, they play a very important role in the environment. Our findings show that there is a way to convert what some might view as ?bio-trash? into bio-power,? said Asst Prof Chen.

Scientists discover method to boost energy generation from microalgae

[date_timestamp] => 1634640527 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Celine Evangelista Officially Divorced from Stefan William? : Okezone Celebrity [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/celine-evangelista-officially-divorced-from-stefan-william-okezone-celebrity/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:48:17 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentcelebrityCelineDivorcedEvangelistaOfficiallyOkezoneStefanWilliam [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/celine-evangelista-officially-divorced-from-stefan-william-okezone-celebrity/ [description] => JAKARTA – Unpleasant news comes from celebrity couple Celine Evangelista and Stefan William. In the midst of the issue of marital rift, Celine apparently secretly filed for divorce from her husband to the South Jakarta District Court. This was disclosed by the Public Relations of the South Jakarta District Court, Suharno. He said, Celine Evangelista ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

JAKARTA – Unpleasant news comes from celebrity couple Celine Evangelista and Stefan William. In the midst of the issue of marital rift, Celine apparently secretly filed for divorce from her husband to the South Jakarta District Court.

This was disclosed by the Public Relations of the South Jakarta District Court, Suharno. He said, Celine Evangelista filed for divorce on July 15, 2021 ago.

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?Here CEMM (Celine Evangelista Monika Maureen) has sued SWU (Stefan William Umboh) and it is in the case register of the South Jakarta District Court. The file will be submitted on July 15, 2021 with case number 614/Pdt.G/2021/PN Jkt Sel,” said Suharno at his office in South Jakarta, Tuesday (19/10).

He even explained that the case had already been decided. “The case was decided on October 18, 2021. The judge’s decision in this case granted the plaintiff’s claim,” he said.

Suharno revealed that the first trial of Celine Evangelista and Stefan William had been held on August 11, 2021 ago. “In its decision, the panel of judges granted the plaintiff’s claim completely with verstek and stated that the marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant which was recorded in the marriage certificate at the Office of the Occupation and Civil Registration Service broke up due to divorce,” he explained.

It did not stop there, the South Jakarta District Court also ordered the defendant to be responsible for providing for his children. “(The Assembly) asked the defendant (Stefan William) to provide education and health costs for their children to be adults of Rp. 30 million per month,” said Suharno.

) [summary] => JAKARTA – Unpleasant news comes from celebrity couple Celine Evangelista and Stefan William. In the midst of the issue of marital rift, Celine apparently secretly filed for divorce from her husband to the South Jakarta District Court. This was disclosed by the Public Relations of the South Jakarta District Court, Suharno. He said, Celine Evangelista ... Read more [atom_content] =>

JAKARTA – Unpleasant news comes from celebrity couple Celine Evangelista and Stefan William. In the midst of the issue of marital rift, Celine apparently secretly filed for divorce from her husband to the South Jakarta District Court.

This was disclosed by the Public Relations of the South Jakarta District Court, Suharno. He said, Celine Evangelista filed for divorce on July 15, 2021 ago.

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?Here CEMM (Celine Evangelista Monika Maureen) has sued SWU (Stefan William Umboh) and it is in the case register of the South Jakarta District Court. The file will be submitted on July 15, 2021 with case number 614/Pdt.G/2021/PN Jkt Sel,” said Suharno at his office in South Jakarta, Tuesday (19/10).

He even explained that the case had already been decided. “The case was decided on October 18, 2021. The judge’s decision in this case granted the plaintiff’s claim,” he said.

Suharno revealed that the first trial of Celine Evangelista and Stefan William had been held on August 11, 2021 ago. “In its decision, the panel of judges granted the plaintiff’s claim completely with verstek and stated that the marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant which was recorded in the marriage certificate at the Office of the Occupation and Civil Registration Service broke up due to divorce,” he explained.

It did not stop there, the South Jakarta District Court also ordered the defendant to be responsible for providing for his children. “(The Assembly) asked the defendant (Stefan William) to provide education and health costs for their children to be adults of Rp. 30 million per month,” said Suharno.

[date_timestamp] => 1634640497 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Questions after a possible Chinese test of nuclear space bombardment [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/questions-after-a-possible-chinese-test-of-nuclear-space-bombardment/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:46:32 +0000 [category] => InternationalbombardmentChinesenuclearquestionsspacetest [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/questions-after-a-possible-chinese-test-of-nuclear-space-bombardment/ [description] => Military vehicles carrying hypersonic cruise missiles during the parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on October 1, 2019. ANNA RATKOGLO / SATELLITE VIA AFP China reportedly tested in early August the carrying of a nuclear weapon on a new hypersonic glider that was propelled into ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

China reportedly tested in early August the carrying of a nuclear weapon on a new hypersonic glider that was propelled into space and circled in low orbit, said on Saturday (October 16th). Financial Times, citing five sources familiar with the matter.

After circling the planet, the machine would have plunged back into the atmosphere, and the missile would have struck the earth about thirty kilometers from its target. According to FT, the event surprised American military intelligence, because it would testify to the very rapid progress of China in the hypersonic domain (speeds beyond Mach 5). Beijing announced its first hypersonic glider test in the atmosphere in 2014.

On Monday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry denied the event, citing a “Routine test of a spacecraft to verify reusable spacecraft technology”, in July. “It will certainly improve the quality of its nuclear deterrent to ensure that the United States abandons its idea of ??nuclear blackmail against China”, however commented Hu Xijin, of the nationalist daily Global Times, validating the hypothesis of a military prototype.

Read the interview: Article reserved for our subscribers In its conquest of space, “China wants to consolidate its military capabilities”

From the North Pole to the South Pole

The shot appears to be from a fractional orbital bombardment system – FOBS, to use the acronym. “The FOBS is less well known than the intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) but it plays the same role: the intercontinental delivery of nuclear weapons”says Joshua Pollack of the James Martin Center on Non-Proliferation in Washington. Experts recall that the USSR deployed such an orbital bombardment system in the 1970s. China also launched a first program, which it canceled. An old concept therefore, which would have been brought up to date.

The advantage of FOBS is that it could outsmart the American early warning radars covering the North Pole, but also attack from the South Pole, less observed by satellites, thanks to its great maneuverability. Such a machine “Spends a time in orbit, but transplanted towards the Earth before having completed the ninety minutes of complete revolution of the planet”, said Laura Grego, a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), on her Twitter account. Or a flight of about seventy minutes. ?You might as well use an ICBM, which takes twenty to forty minutes to reach its target. The advantage here is to deceive the missile defenses ? with a trajectory that will remain unpredictable.

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) [summary] => Military vehicles carrying hypersonic cruise missiles during the parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on October 1, 2019. ANNA RATKOGLO / SATELLITE VIA AFP China reportedly tested in early August the carrying of a nuclear weapon on a new hypersonic glider that was propelled into ... Read more [atom_content] =>

China reportedly tested in early August the carrying of a nuclear weapon on a new hypersonic glider that was propelled into space and circled in low orbit, said on Saturday (October 16th). Financial Times, citing five sources familiar with the matter.

After circling the planet, the machine would have plunged back into the atmosphere, and the missile would have struck the earth about thirty kilometers from its target. According to FT, the event surprised American military intelligence, because it would testify to the very rapid progress of China in the hypersonic domain (speeds beyond Mach 5). Beijing announced its first hypersonic glider test in the atmosphere in 2014.

On Monday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry denied the event, citing a “Routine test of a spacecraft to verify reusable spacecraft technology”, in July. “It will certainly improve the quality of its nuclear deterrent to ensure that the United States abandons its idea of ??nuclear blackmail against China”, however commented Hu Xijin, of the nationalist daily Global Times, validating the hypothesis of a military prototype.

Read the interview: Article reserved for our subscribers In its conquest of space, “China wants to consolidate its military capabilities”

From the North Pole to the South Pole

The shot appears to be from a fractional orbital bombardment system – FOBS, to use the acronym. “The FOBS is less well known than the intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) but it plays the same role: the intercontinental delivery of nuclear weapons”says Joshua Pollack of the James Martin Center on Non-Proliferation in Washington. Experts recall that the USSR deployed such an orbital bombardment system in the 1970s. China also launched a first program, which it canceled. An old concept therefore, which would have been brought up to date.

The advantage of FOBS is that it could outsmart the American early warning radars covering the North Pole, but also attack from the South Pole, less observed by satellites, thanks to its great maneuverability. Such a machine “Spends a time in orbit, but transplanted towards the Earth before having completed the ninety minutes of complete revolution of the planet”, said Laura Grego, a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), on her Twitter account. Or a flight of about seventy minutes. ?You might as well use an ICBM, which takes twenty to forty minutes to reach its target. The advantage here is to deceive the missile defenses ? with a trajectory that will remain unpredictable.

You have 59.32% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

[date_timestamp] => 1634640392 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Space Perspective looks set to segment space tourism [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/space-perspective-looks-set-to-segment-space-tourism/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:42:29 +0000 [category] => SpacePerspectivesegmentsetspacetourism [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/space-perspective-looks-set-to-segment-space-tourism/ [description] => Ongoing excitement and investment in this revolutionary form of tourism have meant segmentation is destined to occur. Space Perspective looks set to add another choice for space tourists in the coming years, increasing market competitiveness and pushing innovation further. Space Perspective has created a unique balloon-based system to transport customers to the stratosphere. In October ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Ongoing excitement and investment in this revolutionary form of tourism have meant segmentation is destined to occur. Space Perspective looks set to add another choice for space tourists in the coming years, increasing market competitiveness and pushing innovation further.

Space Perspective has created a unique balloon-based system to transport customers to the stratosphere. In October 2021, it was announced that the luxury-focused start-up had raised $40m in Series A funding, demonstrating that investors see Space Perspective as a disrupter in a sub-sector that remains embryonic.

Space Perspective has a distinctly unique offering in comparison to Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin ? the two most talked about players in sub-orbital space travel:

Price

Firstly, Space Perspective offers a markedly cheaper experience. In June 2021, the company started selling tickets for its Spaceship Neptune at $125,000 apiece. This price point is significantly lower than a Virgin Galactic seat on its VSS Unity spaceplane, which costs $450,000. Although Space Perspective?s price point is hardly all-inclusive, it means space travel is a possibility to a much wider pool of prospective space tourists. According to GlobalData?s macroeconomic database, 43% of US households are in the income bracket of $75,000+. This percentage suggests that there is a market for space travel in the US, which is the launch location for Space Perspective?s journeys to the stratosphere.

Time

From lift-off to touchdown, a Space Perspective flight is scheduled to last six hours. In comparison, a flight in Blue Origin?s New Shepard lasts 11 minutes and an expedition with Virgin Galactic lasts between two and three hours. With such vast sums of money being paid for a ticket, the more time spent onboard will translate to a greater sense of value gained.

Luxury

The overall experience is also more luxurious. A hydrogen supported balloon will gently take customers to an altitude of roughly 100,000 feet, negating the need for turbulent rocket-propelled systems that may take away from how relaxing the journey is. The capsule where tourists can enjoy 360-degree views of the earth?s curvature and the darkness of space also has a bar, adding to the indulgence of the trip.

Sustainability

Due to the pressurized capsule being transported by a hydrogen-filled balloon, there is also no need for jet fuel, creating a more sustainable offering in the process. Sustainability is now one of the biggest consumer trends, especially in tourism. All tourism companies are under increasing pressure to contribute towards decreasing harmful emissions, Space Perspective will already be one step ahead in this respect. Environmental issues are now classed as ?extremely important? to 45%* of global consumers, showcasing that tourists will choose one company over another due to its eco-credentials.

Space Perspective looks set to segment space tourism in years to come, However, ?balloon tourism? is not just exclusive to Space Perspective. Companies such as World View are also looking to become leading players in space balloon experiences. At $50,000 per ticket, World View offers an even lower price point, reinforcing the view that segmentation will continue to occur in this growing market.

*GlobalData?s Q3 2021 consumer survey

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) [summary] => Ongoing excitement and investment in this revolutionary form of tourism have meant segmentation is destined to occur. Space Perspective looks set to add another choice for space tourists in the coming years, increasing market competitiveness and pushing innovation further. Space Perspective has created a unique balloon-based system to transport customers to the stratosphere. In October ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Ongoing excitement and investment in this revolutionary form of tourism have meant segmentation is destined to occur. Space Perspective looks set to add another choice for space tourists in the coming years, increasing market competitiveness and pushing innovation further.

Space Perspective has created a unique balloon-based system to transport customers to the stratosphere. In October 2021, it was announced that the luxury-focused start-up had raised $40m in Series A funding, demonstrating that investors see Space Perspective as a disrupter in a sub-sector that remains embryonic.

Space Perspective has a distinctly unique offering in comparison to Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin ? the two most talked about players in sub-orbital space travel:

Price

Firstly, Space Perspective offers a markedly cheaper experience. In June 2021, the company started selling tickets for its Spaceship Neptune at $125,000 apiece. This price point is significantly lower than a Virgin Galactic seat on its VSS Unity spaceplane, which costs $450,000. Although Space Perspective?s price point is hardly all-inclusive, it means space travel is a possibility to a much wider pool of prospective space tourists. According to GlobalData?s macroeconomic database, 43% of US households are in the income bracket of $75,000+. This percentage suggests that there is a market for space travel in the US, which is the launch location for Space Perspective?s journeys to the stratosphere.

Time

From lift-off to touchdown, a Space Perspective flight is scheduled to last six hours. In comparison, a flight in Blue Origin?s New Shepard lasts 11 minutes and an expedition with Virgin Galactic lasts between two and three hours. With such vast sums of money being paid for a ticket, the more time spent onboard will translate to a greater sense of value gained.

Luxury

The overall experience is also more luxurious. A hydrogen supported balloon will gently take customers to an altitude of roughly 100,000 feet, negating the need for turbulent rocket-propelled systems that may take away from how relaxing the journey is. The capsule where tourists can enjoy 360-degree views of the earth?s curvature and the darkness of space also has a bar, adding to the indulgence of the trip.

Sustainability

Due to the pressurized capsule being transported by a hydrogen-filled balloon, there is also no need for jet fuel, creating a more sustainable offering in the process. Sustainability is now one of the biggest consumer trends, especially in tourism. All tourism companies are under increasing pressure to contribute towards decreasing harmful emissions, Space Perspective will already be one step ahead in this respect. Environmental issues are now classed as ?extremely important? to 45%* of global consumers, showcasing that tourists will choose one company over another due to its eco-credentials.

Space Perspective looks set to segment space tourism in years to come, However, ?balloon tourism? is not just exclusive to Space Perspective. Companies such as World View are also looking to become leading players in space balloon experiences. At $50,000 per ticket, World View offers an even lower price point, reinforcing the view that segmentation will continue to occur in this growing market.

*GlobalData?s Q3 2021 consumer survey

Latest reports from

GlobalData is this website?s parent business intelligence company.

[date_timestamp] => 1634640149 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => ?I don?t think we?ll ever get over Paola?s death? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/i-dont-think-well-ever-get-over-paolas-death/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:31:18 +0000 [category] => Entertainmentafter battledeathdontItalian storiesPaolas [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/i-dont-think-well-ever-get-over-paolas-death/ [description] => Dodi Battaglia guest a Italian stories he talked about his private life and his career in an interview with Eleonora Daniele. The last year has been difficult for the component of Pooh after the loss of their great friend Stefano and the disappearance of his wife, Paola Toeschic. Read also> Alessandra Amoroso: «Now I am ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Dodi Battaglia guest a Italian stories he talked about his private life and his career in an interview with Eleonora Daniele. The last year has been difficult for the component of Pooh after the loss of their great friend Stefano and the disappearance of his wife, Paola Toeschic.

Read also> Alessandra Amoroso: «Now I am a stronger woman. And San Siro doesn’t scare me anymore “

Daniele asks how things are going: «We are facing it in the best possible way, with force, with sadness, without canceling what happened, therefore without removing the photos but not even making altars. It is not something that is resolved in a few weeks or months, we will carry it with us forever. I said to my daughter ?know that mom is always with us? I believe that this process will be very long, because parents always stay with you ».

He then explains that he discovered his wife’s illness 11 years ago: “It was a long and painful journey, it went through ups and downs until at the end of last summer it started to get worse and I realized that something was happening, then in the last 2-3 months he had a crazy down and that was the most painful part because he was practically gone ». She continues to tell about the difficult journey: «I have been close to her as any husband who respects his wife is close to her. I’ve always talked to her, even the last few days she was in a coma I kept talking to her. I am happy to have done this and to have been by your side. The smile you see in the photos was the same one she always had on the last day, without ever feeling anger. With that same smile she left. ‘

Then Eleonora asks him about the other great bereavement suffered, that of Stefano which occurred because of Covid: «We were told shortly before he died that he was recovering, but then there was the collapse that left us speechless. He was the glue of the Poohs, he was the one who managed to take a step back between the 4 of us. He had a crazy sympathy. We did the front man and he checked from behind if everything worked ».


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) [summary] => Dodi Battaglia guest a Italian stories he talked about his private life and his career in an interview with Eleonora Daniele. The last year has been difficult for the component of Pooh after the loss of their great friend Stefano and the disappearance of his wife, Paola Toeschic. Read also> Alessandra Amoroso: «Now I am ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Dodi Battaglia guest a Italian stories he talked about his private life and his career in an interview with Eleonora Daniele. The last year has been difficult for the component of Pooh after the loss of their great friend Stefano and the disappearance of his wife, Paola Toeschic.

Read also> Alessandra Amoroso: «Now I am a stronger woman. And San Siro doesn’t scare me anymore “

Daniele asks how things are going: «We are facing it in the best possible way, with force, with sadness, without canceling what happened, therefore without removing the photos but not even making altars. It is not something that is resolved in a few weeks or months, we will carry it with us forever. I said to my daughter ?know that mom is always with us? I believe that this process will be very long, because parents always stay with you ».

He then explains that he discovered his wife’s illness 11 years ago: “It was a long and painful journey, it went through ups and downs until at the end of last summer it started to get worse and I realized that something was happening, then in the last 2-3 months he had a crazy down and that was the most painful part because he was practically gone ». She continues to tell about the difficult journey: «I have been close to her as any husband who respects his wife is close to her. I’ve always talked to her, even the last few days she was in a coma I kept talking to her. I am happy to have done this and to have been by your side. The smile you see in the photos was the same one she always had on the last day, without ever feeling anger. With that same smile she left. ‘

Then Eleonora asks him about the other great bereavement suffered, that of Stefano which occurred because of Covid: «We were told shortly before he died that he was recovering, but then there was the collapse that left us speechless. He was the glue of the Poohs, he was the one who managed to take a step back between the 4 of us. He had a crazy sympathy. We did the front man and he checked from behind if everything worked ».


Last updated: Tuesday 19 October 2021, 12:23

© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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